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July 11, 2022

‘How to Get a Teen-Age Boy and What to Do With Him When You Get Him’ by Ellen Peck (1969)

Let’s have a look inside at a few pages of this book written by a cougar who’s an expert at tracking down teenage boys. According to the back cover, it includes “Step-by-step stalking strategy.” Below are some useful tables to help you on your quest for statutory rape bagging your teenage boy.

It’s okay to meet at church, the swimming pool, sponsored dances, the opera and the kennel. Not okay to meet on elevated trains, movies, railroad terminals or elevators. For yacht clubs, the author says “Heavens yes!”... clearly, the risk outweighs the prospect of meeting somebody rich.









(via Flashbak)




2 comments:

  1. Thing of it is, despite there rightfully being some kind of outcry by now if the roles were reversed, a huge body of young men would love a bit of this.

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  2. She’s advising teenage girls how to get teenage boys. Comprehension is key.

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